What's Your God Language?
Myra Perrine - view author info
Cover: What's Your God Language?
Price:
15.99 
ISBN:
978-1-4143-1322-1 
Trim Size:
6 x 9  
Binding:
Softcover 
Release:
August 2007 

In What's Your God Language? Myra Perrine describes nine types of spiritual temperaments and suggests disciplines and faith expressions that fit best with each unique temperament (or blend of temperaments). Drawing on her doctoral research that built on the work of Gary Thomas and others, Perrine calls readers to stop fighting the way God wired them and to experience a deeper intimacy with Christ by embracing their unique “spiritual circuitry.”
Features:
  • In-depth analysis of nine categories of spiritual temperaments
  • Spiritual temperament assessment tool for assessing one's individual temperament
  • Biblically supported and thoroughly researched
  • Written in a friendly, anecdotal style
  • Foreword by Gary Thomas
  • Web site with additional intermediate and advanced exercises
The 9 Languages:
  • The Activist
  • The Asetic
  • The Caregiver
  • The Contemplative
  • The Enthusiast
  • The Intellectual
  • The Naturalist
  • The Sensate
  • The Traditionalist
Endorsements
The Living God has given Myra Perrine three gifts which she now generously gives to us. The first is knowing the heart of God; Myra has been ravished by God's heart, especially by God's passion to be known by us, and for us to come and live in the inner love life of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The second is knowing her heart; Myra has courageously looked into and then embraced who God created and is redeeming her to be, and her looking and embracing frees us to do the same. The third is knowing our hearts; Myra has an astounding capacity to understand the full range of other kinds of hearts God has made and is redeeming, as seen in her brilliant “exercises” for the nine different spiritual temperaments with which she works. Thank you, God, for now sharing these gifts with us through this refreshing, releasing, expansive work of spiritual direction.
Darrell Johnson, Regent College (Vancouver, BC)